Rents down at trophy towers, plans revealed for Bushwick Inlet Park … and more

New York /
Jun.June 24, 2009 06:44 PM

1. Rents down at Manhattan trophy office towers [NYO]
2. Seven fire officers have been censured for their roles in the Deutsche Bank building inspection [NYT]
3. MTA votes that Bruce Ratner can defer his Atlantic Yards payments [NYT]
4. What real estate you can buy nationwide for $275,000 [NYT]
5. Rents at 77 Ludlow Street start at $2,870 a month [Curbed]
6. A look at plans for Bushwick Inlet Park [Curbed]
7. Enrique Norten-designed 580 Carroll Street taking shape [Brownstoner]
8. New building at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Carroll Street gets facade [Brownstoner]
9. Manhattan apartment rents fell as much as 12.3 percent in June
compared to the same time last year, according to TREGNY [Bloomberg]
10. Flawed home appraisals are derailing real estate sales, National Association of Realtors says [Bloomberg]
11. Real estate investor Julien Ruggieri sells condo at 45 Greene Street for $2.9 million [Blockshopper]
12. New Jersey firm Burgdorff ERA merging with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage [NJ]
13. Demolition workers gutting collapsed Myrtle Avenue building [NYT]
14. Hotel Indigo expected to open January 2010 [Hotelchatter]


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